Surface Science Day - 11th December 2017
A one-day workshop on surface science research will be held at the University of Liverpool on 11th December 2017. The workshop aims to cover most aspects of surface science research and is accessible to students and post-docs. The format is a full day of invited speakers who are leaders in their fields within Surface Science, with several tea and coffee breaks to promote interaction and cross-fertilization between sub-disciplines. In addition, there is a poster session, for contributed posters from delegates. Student posters are eligible for entry for the poster prize, which will be awarded on the day.
It is a great opportunity for young scientists to establish networks with research leaders for transfer of knowledge and generation of lasting collaborations and friendships. This is the second event of the series. The first one was organised in University of Central Lancashire in 2015. We plan for this conference to become a regular event in the north of England.
- Prof Christopher Baddeley, University of St Andrews
- Prof Wendy Brown, University of Sussex
- Prof Neil Champness, University of Nottingham
- Prof Giovanni Costantini, University of Warwick
- Prof Russ Egdell, University of Oxford
- Dr Quanmin Guo, University of Birmingham
- Dr Stephen John Jenkins, University of Cambridge
- Dr Rob Lindsay, the University of Manchester
- Prof Mats Persson, the University of Liverpool
- Dr Emma Springate, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
To be available soon.
Registration is free! The deadline for registration is 11th November 2017. Click here to register.
Abstracts are invited for poster presentation. The deadline for abstract submission is 11th November 2017. Download abstract template.
Venue and Map
The workshop will be held at Surface Science Research Centre (SSRC), the University of Liverpool. The SSRC building is #210 in the university the Campus map.
SSRC is located at a 15-20 minute walking distance from Liverpool Lime Street train station. Postcode for satellite navigation or online directions is L3 5TR. The visitor car parks are located at Brownlow Street and Mount Pleasant (opposite the Catholic Cathedral). Find more about car parking.
Visit the university website for more information about visiting the University.
We are grateful that this is possible through the generous sponsorship.
Hem Raj Sharma, the University of Liverpool, H.R.Sharma@liverpool.ac.uk
Joe Smerdon, University of Central Lancashire, JSmerdon@uclan.ac.uk
Karen Syres, University of Central Lancashire, KSyres@uclan.ac.uk
Andrew Thomas, The University of Manchester, email@example.com